I have a pdf file that I want to convert a table in the middle of the the document to excel 2007. The pdf table that I want to work with is in a users manual from my company's main customer. This user manual has page headers and page footers in it. The customer said the only way I will get the data for the work I need to complete is to convert the 297 pages from their pdf document to excel for me to work with. .

I work some a small company that does not have a budget for buying adobe acrobat. It looks like adobe acrobat would pull out all the tables I want to access easily. I have tried a few free online websites that convert a pdf file to excel, but they do not work. Do you know of any free website where I it would complete my goal of converting a pdf file to excel?

The only solution that I found that works but is a bad option is the following:

I select the part of the table I want for each page. (I need to repeat this process 297 times). I hit control c, I then have a word 2007 document and do a control v into the word document. From the word document I select what I just pasted into it, I then do a contol c from the word document into the excel 2007 excel sheet. I then do a control v into the excel document and that page of the data is formatted correctly.

I work some a small company that does not have a budget for buying adobe acrobat. It looks like adobe acrobat would pull out all the tables I want to access easily. I have tried a few free online websites that convert a pdf file to excel, but they do not work. Do you know of any free website where I it would complete my goal of converting a pdf file to excel?

The only solution that I found that works but is a bad option is the following:

I select the part of the table I want for each page. (I need to repeat this process 297 times). I hit control c, I then have a word 2007 document and do a control v into the word document. From the word document I select what I just pasted into it, I then do a contol c from the word document into the excel 2007 excel sheet. I then do a control v into the excel document and that page of the data is formatted correctly.

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I use acrobat reader and excel 2003/2007. Is it possible to extract a table from a pdf file to excel without any additional software?

Best regards

Gnoke

adjustments to the amounts in one column.

I am weary from looking.

This link (and many others like it) open in the browser: http://www.honoluludpp.org/daily/APRIL/04-02-2008.pdf.

I would like to use VBA code to copy the page as a table, then paste it into an Excel 2007 spreadsheet.

Is there macro code that will "reach into" the PDF file in the browser window, select all, and copy as table?

Thanks so much...

Tana-Lee

Hi,

I have an exisiting excel vba that uses QueryTable. The Macro runs fast before in excel 2003, but when we migrated to Excel2007 the macro's performance became very slow. Especilly when calling QueryTable.Add that uses an external url to get its connection. This line is beingÂ use repeatedly as it pulls information in the url with different inputs.

Is there anything I can use of other than QueryTable to pull records from a website?

I'm new here. I've never needed help with excel before, but we just upgraded to Excel 2007 (winXP) and a lot of my formulas from my old workbooks are not working. Specifically, the vlookup formula for data that comes from a pivot table.

I'm wondering if this is a known bug, or if there is some change to the way this is done in excel 2007, but I've read all the help and searched on google and couldn't find anything to help me.

Here's the situation:

On worksheet 1 I have bank downloaded data, worksheet 2 I have credit card transaction data, worksheet 3 is pivot table from CC transaction data (to sort by batch number), along with a vlookup to tie that total batch amount to the bank dowload information on worksheet 1.

The vlookup is only working on about 70% of the lines for some reason, the rest are displayed as #N/A even though the data is all there. It's all formatted correctly, no text or anything, they are all number formatted exactly the same. I don't understand how it could work for some of it but not all of it?

I'm not sure how to post examples, but the data in Worksheet 1 is simple and I'm only using columns A & B in my table lookup for the vlookup, A being the common cell and B being a date. So, my vlookup formula is as follows on worksheet 3:

=VLOOKUP(G5,'Bank Activities'!$A$2:$B$99,2,FALSE)

70% of the time, it is returning the correct date/value. For the other 30%, it is returning #N/A even though that value G5 or whatever is definitely in the table that is referenced. And it seems random, I can't find any similarities between the ones that are coming back fine and the ones that aren't working. And I just pulled down the formula for the whole sheet so there's nothing different between any of the formulas or data.

I'm sorry that was lengthy and probably confusing, it's so hard to explain this in words. Is there a way to attach the file I'm working on?

Assume the pivot table is arranged as the following: Sales by country,

region (of the country), by state, then county within the state.

I want a pivot table to extract the data and display a summarized value by

country with the ability to expand the segments as needed.

For example display sales by Canada, Mexico, USA. Then from that a user

will expand a country to display sales by region. Then expand a region to

display sales by state, then allow expansion to display by county.

As the report is run, the data should be presented in summary based on

country (for example Canada, Mexico, US)

Currently, after the data is refreshed, all columns are expanded showing a

very detailed report rather than a very summary report allowing the ability

to expand as needed. Currently, I need to collapse the columns before

presenting the data.

Soâ€¦ How do I get a Pivot table to default certain columns as collapsed,

rather than expanded?

When I convert the table to a range, Excel tells me that it will permanently remove the query. Removing the query makes it a one-time use only file. I'd like to retain the query so that it could be refreshed periodically to update the report.

Is there a way to retrieve data from a database and do subtotals without losing the query?

Thanks

I want to convert .pdf files to excel format. I want to do this with VBA code as I am not allowed to install a software in my office.

Can anyone please suggest the solution?

Regards

Manish

items. How can I convert to Excel maintaining the bulleted format?

Thanks. Pat

I want to have the contents of these cells appear in a single cell, B60, with linefeeds. I did find an Excel macro on this forum:

Sub FlexConcating() Dim cell As Range Dim r As Integer Dim c As Integer Dim Cnt As Integer Cnt = -1 Dim strRslt As String For Each cell In Selection r = cell.Row c = cell.Column Cnt = Cnt + 1 strRslt = strRslt & vbCrLf & cell Next cell Cells(r - Cnt, c + 1) = strRslt End SubThis works after a fashion, but there are undesirable leading spaces at the beginning of each paragraph.

If I instead copy the cells into a Word document, I notice that they come through as a table. If I convert the table to text in Word, then paste it back into the formula bar of B60, I get what I want.

My question is, can this be done wholly within Excel, without the need for Word?

Thanks in advance for any help on this.

Burt Spielman

Madison, NJ

I have never used pivot tables in 2003, so nothing of that sort... but whenever I use pivot tables in excel 2007, it irritates me, and people around me who generally claim that they could perhaps do it in excel 2003.

So here goes my questions.

1. How to make it remember what I have done right now? (Or may be how to change default settings?)

eg- In first column I have some classification, and then I have 12 months data, in 12 columns.

So I put first column in Row Label. Then I put 2nd column (first month data) in "Values" as "sum". Then I want to add all the months into the "values" column as sum, just by ticking in the checkboxes present in Field Section. But somehow excel behaves badly, it sometimes add the field into row label, or sometimes it will put the field in "values" but not as "sum" but as "count".

2. Is 24 month data too big to handle?

If I have 24 month data, and I want to add all the 24 fields in "values", it seems pretty irritating to me to drag each field into the right area and then set up the position of field section and area sections so that you can put next field in right place. (Or if you are dragging to pivot table itself instead of area sections, you will have to set up the position of worksheet so that you can put the next field in right place.

Please help with these two problems, it seems that I might ask more questions in future.

I have a user that redirects her local drives up into the terminal server. She accesses many Excel files (2000 version) from her local PC to the terminal server. Ever since the update last week, she can not open a file from her local drive inside the terminal server, make changes, and re-save back to local. She gets a "Can Not Save" error message.

Is this an issue with converting from 2000 to 2007? She had no problems saving back and forth when they had 2003 previously.

I did blow away and recreate her profile on the server, thinking her profile could have been currupt, didn't help.

I should probably note that this doesn't just happen in Excel, she has the same issues with Word.

Any ideas???

~Chad

Any help is appreciated.

-m

I created a pivot table in Excel 2007. It had 5 columns and over 1800

rows (almost 10000 cells all together) and use to work fine in both

Excel 2007 & 2000.

There was one feature that I didnâ€™t like however. It use to sort data in

one of the columns (column no. 2). Unfortunately these data should be

presented exactly as they were entered (without any sorting). To

workaround I added 1 extra column. It contains numbers in ascending

order. This column was placed in front of the column no. 2 and hidden.

Although I got rid of sorting, a new problem occurred â€“ pivot works OK

in Excel 2007 only. Excel 2000 doesnâ€™t accept such pivot table and I get

a message that itâ€™s incorrect. If I want to reconfigure the pivot I get

a message that there is to many columns or rows and some of them should

be removed from the pivot.

Any ideas how to solve the problem of sorting without adding a new

column? Or maybe there is a way to force Excel 2000 to work with pivot

in conjunction with larger amount of data? Thanks in advance for any help.

gordom

2007. I did a file save as, but I only got the 65,536 lines like I had in

2003. I need the full amount like in FY2007. Anyone know how to do this?

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Jennifer

C:Documents and SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftexcel

to store their own chart templates in Excel 2003.

This doesn't seem to work in Excel 2007, and I see they have replaced it by

Chart templates (.crtx). These chart templates need to be stored in a

'Charts' folder underneath the regular template path.

The issue I have is that we lock down the template path for the firm (both

user and shared), but we want to allow users to create their own chart

templates by storing them to their profile as they could in 2003.

Any suggestions?

that "lists" in Excel 2000 equate to "tables" in 2007. However, when I look

for the functions or buttons dealing with what was known as the "data form"

in Excel 2000, I cannot locate them. Are there data forms for data entry in

tables in Excel 2007? Are there analogs to data forms in 2007? Any help

anyone could be would be greatly appreciated.

Respectfully,

Reed P. Wyatt

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Rpw

Trying to concert wb3 files from quattro pro into excel 2007. is there any

way to do this?

way to do this?

I have upgraded to Excel 2007 and some problems occur when translating

Access tables into Excel charts.

Here is the sample of code of that worked fine with Excel 2003 :

Dim Excel As Excel.Application

Set Excel = New Excel.Application

Excel.Workbooks.Add

Dim worksheet As Excel.worksheet

Dim r As Recordset

I = 1

Screen.MousePointer = 11

Excel.Sheets(1).Select

With Excel.ActiveSheet

'Columnheaders

..Range("A" & I).Value = "profileNumber"

..Range("B" & I).Value = "templateNumber"

..Range("C" & I).Value = "typeNumber"

..Range("D" & I).Value = "dates"

I = I + 1

On Error Resume Next

Set r = G_DBManager.GetModelElementsCount

Dim count As Long

r.MoveFirst

Do Until r.EOF

..Range("A" & I).Value = r("profileNumber")

..Range("B" & I).Value = r("templateNumber")

..Range("C" & I).Value = r("typeNumber")

..Range("D" & I).Value = r("dates")

I = I + 1

r.MoveNext

Loop

' End If

count = r.RecordCount + 1

r.Close

..Range("D").NumberFormat = "m/d/yy"

Excel.Visible = True

End With

Excel.Charts.Add

With Excel.ActiveChart

..ChartType = xlLineMarkers

..HasAxis(xlCategory, xlPrimary) = True

..HasAxis(xlValue, xlPrimary) = True

..Axes(xlCategory).AxisBetweenCategories = True

..Axes(xlCategory, xlPrimary).CategoryType = xlCategoryScale

..Axes(xlCategory, xlPrimary).HasTitle = True

..Axes(xlCategory, xlPrimary).AxisTitle.Characters.Text = "date"

..Axes(xlValue, xlPrimary).HasTitle = True

..Axes(xlValue, xlPrimary).AxisTitle.Characters.Text = _

"Count of Model Elements"

..HasTitle = True

..ChartTitle.Characters.Text = "Count of Model Elements"

..SetSourceData Source:=Excel.ActiveSheet.Range("A1:C" & count), PlotBy:= _

xlColumns

..SeriesCollection(1).Values = "=Sheet1!R2C1:R" & count & "C1"

..SeriesCollection(1).name = "=Sheet1!R1C1"

..SeriesCollection(2).Values = "=Sheet1!R2C2:R" & count & "C2"

..SeriesCollection(2).name = "=Sheet1!R1C2"

..SeriesCollection(3).Values = "=Sheet1!R2C3:R" & count & "C3"

..SeriesCollection(3).name = "=Sheet1!R1C3"

..SeriesCollection(1).XValues = "=Sheet1!R2C4:R" & count & "C4"

..Location Whe=xlLocationAsObject, name:="Sheet1"

The chart is a Line type. The first 3 columns are the 3 parameters.( Y axis

value) .The 4th column is the date column ( X axis).

The problem is that the chart put the 4th column(dates) as a Y axis value in

Excel 2007.This is curious , especially since no problem was found for Excel

2003.

What is the problem with excel 2007 ?

No luck finding an answer? You could always try Google.